Morinaga Milk Industry "Kraft Uo Chee Spicy Tuna/Smoked Bonito"Morinaga Milk Industry has been selling "Kraft Uo Chee Spicy Tuna" and "Kraft Uo Chee Smoked Bonito" since April. A review of the cheeses, which are specially designed to pair well with beer!
KraftUo Chee The "Kraft Uo Chee" series is a slice of cheese with a seafood delicacy filling. It was developed as a snack that goes well with beer.
A taste and compatibility analysis was conducted using AISSY Corporation's AI-equipped taste sensor "Leo". As a result, the "Craft UoChee" series scored a high 96 points for compatibility with beer. The strong bitterness and sourness of the beer is balanced by the strong umami and saltiness of the "Fish Chee".
Another key point is that it is cut into 20 pieces, which is a bite-sized piece that can be easily picked up. The size is 25mm and the thickness is 4.5mm, so you can enjoy it while drinking beer.
The product is 60g (2.12oz) in weight and is expected to be priced at 200 yen (excluding tax). Available at supermarkets, convenience stores, and general retailers.
Kraft Uo Chee Spicy Tuna Tuna Chee combines tuna dashi, tuna delicacy, and spicy Ichimi (a spicy seasoning). The cheese is slightly red in color, and the grainy ingredients can be felt in the moist mouth feel. It has a mild richness of milk with a spicy aftertaste. The tangy aftertaste on the tongue stimulates the appetite even more, making it hard to stop eating.
Kraft Uo Chee (smoked bonito) Cheese with bonito dashi and bonito delicacy ingredients. This cheese is not spicy, but is full of flavor! The more you chew, the more the powerful flavor of the bonito spreads. The flavor is a bit strong when eaten by itself, but when combined with beer, it is just the right amount of salt. The texture of the ingredients also increases the sense of satisfaction.
The cheese is an approved partner for beer. Beer also has its own character, so it will be fun to check the compatibility by combining it with your favorite brand of beer! Why not add it to your selection of snacks for drinking at home?